Other Tahoe Links and Information Ground Broken on Kings Beach Affordable Housing ProjectFree Greenwaste Drop-Off on September 12, 2009
Amendment to The Squaw Valley General Plan & Land Use Ordinance Related to the Storage of Snow Removal Equipment
Snow Removal Zoning Text Amendment
Supervisors to Hold Hearing on Proposed Transit Fare Increase
Kings Beach Conceptual Traffic Calming Plan Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project Final Environmental Document Now Public
Placer County Ordinance on Hazardous Vegetation Abatement on Unimproved Parcels
(Note: This link will take you to the Placer County codes. Once there, you will have to navigate to Chpt. 9, Article 9.32 Fire Prevention, Part 4)Truckee River Watershed Monitoring Plan
Now Available: Economic & Redevelopment Strategies for Kings Beach and Tahoe City These pages were developed to offer Tahoe residents and visitors a clearinghouse of information about the services that Placer County offers at Lake Tahoe. They also offer other useful and interesting information about the region, including links to other Lake Tahoe government agencies and organizations that provide assistance to visitors, businesses, or work to preserve the environment.
The internationally-recognized waters of Lake Tahoe and the renowned resort communities that dot its shoreline are a source of pride for Placer County. The stunning vistas, year-round recreational activities and clear blue water of Lake Tahoe draw visitors from around the globe. The northwest quarter of the lake is located in Placer County. The population in this corner of the Tahoe region is roughly 10,000 full time residents. Thousands more call Lake Tahoe their second home and hundreds of thousands visit each year.
Bookmark this page. The County will use it to provide essential information in case of an emergency. Also, you'll find useful seasonal information for Tahoe visitors and residents.